1988 SR5 4Runner with 7M-GTE Supra Engine Swap

_

I've decided to sell the 88 4Runner detailed on my swap page.

Specs

  • JDM 7M-GTE swap
    • Fresh factory head gasket installed prior to engine swap
    • Approx 15k miles on swap; approx 65k miles total on engine
    • Front belt groove shaved off on crankshaft pulley
  • Upgraded CT-26 turbocharger
    • 60-1 Compressor wheel
    • No Clipping on exhaust
    • Installed about 4k miles ago
    • Purchased from Rob Jackson, professionally rebuilt with seals replaced
    • Currently boosting to 13psi
  • Power output (everyone wants to know...)
    • It's currently not tuned and running rich (on the safe side), and I haven't had it dyno'd, so it's hard to say exactly. But, here is some information from the supra community and Rob Jackson:
    • With the current mods, when tuned it would produced 375hp at the crankshaft.
    • If the boost is increased to 17psi, it would produce 450hp at the crank, but a metal head gasket should be installed for this boost level.
    • It's ridiculously fast, and a pleasure to drive
  • Custom Bell housing to mate to R150F Transmission
  • Toyota dealer rebuilt R150F
    • Rebuilt January 2005
  • High performance clutch
    • 3200lb pressure plate
    • Six puck sprung hub clutch disc
    • Throw out bearing needs to be replaced
  • Aluminum radiator
  • Flex a lite dual pusher fan, thermostat controlled
  • Custom Intercooler
    • All aluminum
    • Core measures approximately 30" x 10" x 2"
    • 2" diameter inlet/oulet
  • Custom 2" Intercooler piping
  • 550cc injectors
  • LS400 MAF housing
  • 3" exhaust all the way back
    • Custom down pipe
    • Bung welded into down pipe for wide band O2 sensor, in addition to stock O2 sensor bung
    • Catalytic converter installed with bolt on flanges for easy removal and test pipe installation
  • K&N Air Filter
  • Custom Oil Pan
    • Approximately 6.5 quart capacity
    • Oil pickup moved slightly to accommodate front diff
  • Recently rebuilt power steering pump
  • 32x11.5 Wild Country TXR tires
  • Stock 4.10 gears
  • 26mm Torsion Bars
  • 1" body lift
  • Extra leaf in rear spring pack
  • More about the chassis:
    • 166k miles
    • Body is very straight
    • Paint is faded and chipping on the front end
    • No rust on the body
    • Slight surface rust on the L shaped metal panels that connect to the fiberglass top, near the rear seat sliding windows
    • Passenger side rain gutter on the fiberglass top is partially torn off - looks like someone caught a ski rack on a tree
    • Recently converted to AISIN manual locking hubs
    • Power windows, locks, steering
    • Flip up sunroof
    • Cloth interior, in good shape pics on the way
    • Has cruise, but it doesn't work. I believe the switch cluster is bad, and I have a new one but haven't installed it
  • Bushwhacker fender flares
  • TJM front bumper coated with LINEX
  • Warn 9000lb winch

 

Additional pictures can be found in the main 4Runner section, but here are a few more: